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Russia threatened to shut off its gas taps to Europe. Can it do that?
If Russia stops sending natural gas to Europe, it'll have to send it somewhere else.
Pipeline firms seek to avoid cybersecurity mandates, despite Colonial hack
Companies don’t need to share information on outages with the government or others in the industry.
$8 billion natural gas pipeline canceled, raising questions about fuel's future
With challenges from environmental groups and state governments, the idea of natural gas as a bridge fuel may be fading.
Reporter's notebook: a bitterly contested $8 billion pipeline along the Appalachian Trail
The Atlantic Coast Pipeline is the subject of a U.S. Supreme Court case to be heard Monday.
What the FERC does and why it's not doing it
The federal agency has been hamstrung by slow appointments to key positions.
North Dakota residents have mixed response to pipeline protest
Ongoing protest against the Dakota Access oil pipeline is putting some locals on edge.
A single pipeline leak slows the Southeast
Many kinds of disconnects impact pipelines these days: some physical, others cognitive.
What you need to know about the Dakota Access pipeline fight
Explore the pipeline's path with our interactive map.
Oil train traffic is down — for market reasons
Economics are proving more powerful than protest in stifling crude-by-rail shipments.
Explosion heat up concerns over gas pipelines
A recent Pennsylvania gas explosion has raised questions about safety